Aquatic Plants

Plant Identification (Texas A&M AgriLife Extension)
Aquatic plants are generally divided into four groups for management purposes: algae, floating plants, submerged plants, emergent plants.

Purchasing Aquatic Plants (Virginia Cooperative Extension)
Whether you are installing a new water feature or renovating an existing one, proper plant selection is critical.

Control Methods for Aquatic Plants in Ponds and Lakes (Virginia Cooperative Extension)
Dense growths (over 25% of the surface area) of algae and other water plants can seriously interfere with pond recreation and threaten aquatic life.

Aquatic Weed Management: Herbicides (Southern Regional Aquaculture Center)
Managers can quickly and economically control problem weeds in commercial fish ponds with aquatic herbicides. Aquatic herbicides vary in their weed control spectrum.

Aquatic Weed Management: Control Methods (Southern Regional Aquaculture Center)
The southeastern United States has a mild climate that provides an ideal habitat for many organisms, including aquatic plants. Because our waters are typically warm and nutrient-rich, aquatic plants flourish and grow quickly, which can result in excessive growth.

Using Grass Carp for Aquatic Weed Management in North Carolina (N.C. Cooperative Extension)
Plants are important components of the aquatic environment. They form the basis of the food chain, directly or indirectly feeding all of the animals in the system.

Licensed Grass Carp Suppliers in North Carolina (N.C. Cooperative Extension)